Today in the crypto markets includes news of Yobit scams, the SEC opening an ICO clarification division, further institutional/mainstream interest, and a massive government Bitcoin auction. Read the details on todays action.
The price of bitcoin had remained relatively stagnant over the past two months, but investors appear to be quietly gearing up for a bull run, at least according to a new report on bitcoin futures contracts released by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
Launched at the height
Bitcoin looks for a potential breakout as Tezos lists on Kraken exchange, Ethereum blockchain upgrades are not yet ready, TRON partnership details, and stablecoin news floods the market. Here's today's action!
Despite the bear market that began eight months ago, there is one niche that never slowed down; bitcoin OTC (over the counter) trades, or block trades, as some prefer to call it. Throughout this time, I have had institutional clients looking to buy anywhere from
Malta in recent news has become nicknamed "The Blockchain Island" and for good reason! The increasingly blockchain and crypto friendly island has offered safe-haven for blockchain and cryptocurrency based companies. This is one of the many the Malta Blockchain Summit group has organized this event
Former Mozilla CEO Brenden Eich chose a new path of fundraising when launching his free, open sourced, safety-focused web browser, Brave.
Within 30 seconds of launching his ICO, the Ethereum-based Basic Attention Token (BAT), generated $35-million worth of ETH between only 130 investors. One buyer even
On October 10th, the Blockstream social media channels announced the successful launch of the Liquid Network. In a nutshell, the project is a Bitcoin sidechain whose birth is due to a collaboration between Blockstream and 23 of the biggest institutional players from the industry. At
YoBit.net has for the most part been known as a lower tier exchange with incredibly poor customer service; however, this may be a new low (even for them).
Early this morning, newsletter subscribers received an email informing them that the exchange will be performing its own
A review panel, created by India’s finance ministry, to determine a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies in the country has suggested India launch its own cryptocurrency.
A report from Quartz suggests that officials are growing closer to preparing a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies. One senior official suggested